Class C Motorhomes

Class C motorhomes strike a balance between Class A and Class B.

More craftsmanship and room like Class A, but a smaller, easier-to-drive body like Class B. You can easily spot a Class C motorhome by its raised sleeping area, which extends over the driving portion of the RV. If you need a little more space and amenities than Class B, but not quite as much as Class A, you might find Class C to be just right.

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  • Can be safer to drive than Class A motorhomes
  • Can tow an additional vehicle
  • An affordable alternative to other RV types
  • Over-cab sleeping area opens up more living space
  • Slide-outs can further expand living space while parked


  • Larger models can be difficult to park or drive in small spaces
  • Might not offer enough space for full-time RVing
  • Reduced ceiling height in the raised, over-cab sleeping area
  • Less fuel efficient than Class B motorhomes
  • Can require a large storage area when not in use

Class C Motorhome Features

Blending the benefits of Class A and Class B motorhomes, Class C gives you both space and versatility.

  • Full kitchens with refrigerators, stoves, microwaves, and pantries
  • Over-cab and convertible sleeping options
  • Lounging and dining space
  • Slide-outs for even more living space when parked
  • Interior and exterior entertainment systems
  • Restrooms with showers
  • Plenty of storage, accessible from inside and outside the RV


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